Organizational Background :
For this project, we will be applying the Organizational Alignment Model (OAM) in this project in order to…?? . The OAM helps to identify the various organizational factors that need to be considered in planning a change. In Change initiatives, there is a Current State, how things are before the change is made, and a Future State, what in the organization will be different as a result of the change. In this project, you will develop each element of the model. Fill in what information you know now about the company. If you don’t know this information, how will you find it? Which of these might be particular areas of challenge to the company in making the change? Current State Future State External Environment Market Competition used software-based audit systems New functions of the software are developed Structure of organization Hierarchical Structure where communication was difficult. Hopefully, in presentation and report, you can provide an org chart to illustrate the structures Hierarchical structure with more flat structure which enables easier communication. Leadership Have good visionary, but authoritarian Be open-minded, accept more suggestions Systems in use (relevant ones only) Hard paper and soft copy file storage. A more sophisticated system with notifying each employee about tracking the evidence of the audit files around the company. Organizational culture Tedious working environment makes people have less working passion Collaborative activities use for enhancing team cohesion. Make more decorations in the working area Tasks, workflow The access for the work-related was mailing Now the system is more dynamic and the
about the permission to the specific departments and the employee needed to wait on the reply software itself handles about the accessibility of files within the company and third-party systems People, skills required for role Excel, communication. Excel, Communication, Hiring persons with experience with audit software, Hiring professionals to support the software.
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